In the picture, in the picture Tribute to Antoine Blondin, “The Lion’s Baby” and “The Wandering Pen”

Lyons-la-Forêt (Eure) is celebrating the centenary of the birth of novelist and sports columnist Antoine Blondin, who died in 1991, on Saturday, June 18, 2022, through a large exhibition entitled “Plum Vagabonde”. Tribute to the “Children of the Lions” will run until November 19, 2022. Antoine Blandin will be 100 years old in 2022. In … Read more

“From the Russian Revolution to Mattis’s Studio, Helen Galitzin’s Single Destiny”

Figarox / Major Maintenance – Born in Russia in 1912, Helen Galitzin left her country after the Revolution and lived in Italy and then in France, where she became a model for Mattis. David Brunat describes the fate of this exiled princess in his novel A model princess. David Brunat, a former student of lecole … Read more

A computer lost to Kasparov, the 13th world chess champion, 25 years ago

In 1997, Deeper Blue, the second edition of the IBM program, won a match in 6 games (3.5 to 2.5) against the Russian champions. Since artificial intelligence has progressed to such an extent that the complexity of Japanese shogi and the go game has been widely mastered in 2017. In oblivion “. The pawns are … Read more

There must be 5 children’s books to celebrate tenderness, friendship and self-exaltation

“When I grow up, I’ll be a painter. Like Michelangelo. But I don’t say it out loud. What Dad thinks. I know very well.” Translated from Swedish, here The bird in me flies wherever it wants By Serge Lundberg. Berta Elisabet Hansson was a Swedish artist. He was an expressionist painter in the 1940s and … Read more